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Q Rob • 05/02/2020, 8:10:52 PM Can you use this panel with hardtop off?
A 05/04/2020, 10:14:05 AM Sure can.
Q Jesus Irazabal • 11/05/2020, 8:13:38 AM Already installed my panels on my Gladiator Overland. Would love to get the same Fire Extinguisher Holders you use on your pictures. Any pointers on that?
A 11/10/2020, 5:08:21 PM The holder came with the extinguisher, it's a First Alert Model: FESA5
Q Jonathon • 11/06/2020, 1:31:53 AM Does this whistle at all when driving with the top off
A 11/10/2020, 5:08:21 PM We haven't had any customers mention that.
Q Daniel A Bernardo • 02/04/2021, 8:08:10 PM Why won't this work with the soft top option?
A 02/08/2021, 10:28:40 AM Because of the door surround.
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Michael (AZ) | July 19th, 2021
Very pleased and happy with the quality and fit of these Molle panels.
Steven Zeligmsan (Northern VA) | March 22nd, 2021
Perfect fit and gets the job done!
Nicholas (CA) | January 7th, 2021
High quality powder coating, my myfak first aid fits perfectly. If you want to fit a slim 1lb extinguisher you'll want to use a quick release. Molle is excellent for adapting to your needs. Recommend swivel head ratchet for install.
Troy Shaffer (Augusta, GA) | September 23rd, 2020
I needed a place to put my fire extinguisher and rescue gear. This worked out perfect. Easy to install. And holds the gear securely
Tim L (Gainesville, VA) | January 26th, 2020
I was able to install two of these in my JT with no issues. I followed the instruction video and finished the whole process in less than 45 minutes. Also a nice finish on all parts.
Hank Schleuning (TN) | January 16th, 2020
Prompt shipping and exactly as described. Brackets did not fit as described in the “how to” video on my soft top Gladiator, but was able to change them around to make it work. Solid product.
Matthew Kuhn (Texas) | January 5th, 2020
I’ve ordered all the Molle accessory panels for my JT Gladiator. This is the first one I’ve had an issue with. The idea is great. The Molle panel is great, the mounting is not so great. There is a fitment issue with the top mounting bracket making contact with the hardtop and scratching the hardtop. There is no adjustment in the bracket to where it mounts. There is adjustment between the pane and the mounts but that’s not the issue. It can mount and be utilized but I can’t deal with a metal nut rubbing against the hardtop and weakening it over time. If there was different hardware for the top mounting bracket to the panel then the problem would be averted. Maybe a welded button on the panel something a lot thinner to prevent contact.
Note From JcrOffroad: Matthew, sorry to hear you are having trouble with the install, please reach out to customer service and we can figure out a solution for you.
Mark Doiron (OK) | December 6th, 2019
Doesn't fit Gladiator with soft top. The top right-agle bracket is too long to kind up with existing roll bar screw. Not sure about bottom right-agle bracket because there is no access to the existing hole for the hardtop. A redesigned bracket for the top, and instructions for drilling a hole in the door surround, and maybe a longer screw, may make this work. But it will likely be at an ugly angle. I have pics. If you want JCROffroad, e-mail me. Really want this to fit. :-(
E. Jones (Texas) | July 21st, 2021
Maybe this is obvious, but if you plan on using these panels to mount anything that stands off more than 3 inches from the panel, like fire extinguishers and first aide kits, you might reconsider. Maybe my 2021 gladiator is different. There is no way to mount anything on these panels that won't cause problems raising or lowering the seats. Yes, your photo and many reviews suggest otherwise. I like these panels in my gladiator, but I discovered anything mounted on these panels can block the seat backs when they are raised or lowered, and can also hide or bind the rear passenger-side seat belt. I could not mount the 4.5 inch fire extinguisher, similar to the one you have in your marketing photo. Instead, I mounted a smaller, 3.25 inch extinguisher on a base that rotates out of the way when the seats are raised or lowered. Maybe a better solution is to mount anything with a 3 inch or larger stand off somewhere else.
Drew E (Houston, TX) | May 7th, 2020
I love the idea of having somewhere to mount a flashlight or fire extinguisher vs. it rolling around the Jeep, but I didn't even notice that this thing uses one of the hardtop bolts for mounting. No big deal if you leave the top on all the time, but every time you want to take off the full top, you have to contort yourself to get that bolt out, take off the top, bolt the panel back down, unbolt it again to put the top back on, and then refit everything when the top is back in place. I will probably leave it on, but the mounting locations are disappointing.